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is published annually by the 
students of Atlantic Christian 
College, Wilson, North Caro- 
lina. College days arrive and 
pass quickly — while hours of 
toil spent in achieving success 
— while hours of play spent 
in fellowship — are no more 
than memories. In the Pine 
Knot we try to recapture 
these memories, hoping that 
these pages will constantly 
bring back to life those pre- 
cious hours spent during our 
stay at Atlantic Christian. 







In memory we live out our past. 

In hope we anticipate things yet to come: 

But now, only now, is ever ours. 

Anonymous 



CONTENTS 



the president 

board of trustees 

dedication 

administration 

faculty 

adjuncts 

students 

organizations 

campus activities 

sports 

advertisements 




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... is prepared on the campus of 
Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, 
N. C, and printed by Edwards & 
Broughton Co., Raleigh, N. C. 



STAFF 

editor-in-chief 
associate editor 
art editor 
business manager 
student photography 
feature editors 



student editor 
sports editors 



peggy mitchell 

carolyn miles 

bob whiteley 

ray taylor 

claude anthony 

patt murray 
sarah brown 
emily waters 
tommy willis 

jean poythress 

russell carter 
libby griffin 

ida sue neighbors 
flora griffin 
betsy boykin 




DR. ARTHUR D. WENGER 

President of 

Atlantic Christian College 






ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE • WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Office of the President 

December 18, ±9$7 



Dear Students: 

Ky heartiest congratulations to t he Pine Knot staff 
for the job well done in the production of the 1958 edition 
of Pine Knot. It records in attractive pictorial form the 
people who have made this year one to be remembered. 

All those who have been a part of our campus family 
during this year and have contributed to the fulfillment 
of the ideals of our College are to be most highly com- 
mended. Memories of our association with one another 
will be heightened each time we thumb through the pages 
of this volume. 

I extend a special word of greeting to our graduating 
seniors. All of us wish for you the deeper joy and satis- 
faction which come from wise and constructive use of broad 
knowledge, new insights and deepened loyalties. 



Sincerely, 




Arthur D. Wenger 
President 
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Arthur D. Wenger 
President 



T. J. Hackney, Sr. 
Chairman Board of Trustees 



T. J. Hackney, Jr. 
Chairman Popular Gifts 



W. N. Hackney 
Chairman Special Gifts 



James I. Miller 
W. R. Roberson, Sr. 

Co-Chairmen 
Development Program 



George H. Adams 
Ross Allen 
A. W. Ange 
H. L. Barnhill 
H. Gait Braxton 
Harry J. Berry 
Jack D. Brinson 
Zeb Brinson 
T. Ed Brown 
Millard P. Burt 
John W. Cowell 
Z. B. T. Cox 
S. M. Cozart 
C. S. Eagles 
T. J. Hackney, Sr. 
T. J. Hackney, Jr. 
Curtis W. Howard 
Buck Jones 
W. L. Kennedy 



Lawrence Moye 
J. E. Paschall 
Elbert Peel 
Ely Perry 
John Proctor 
Sherwood Roberson 
E. Leon Roebuck 
Charles Rouse 
A. J. Russell 
P. D. Saunders 
A. D. Shackleford 
Paul C. Southard 
L. A. Tart 
Kermit Traylor 
Harold Tyer 
T. Boddie Ward 
Bowden Warren 
E. J. Wimberly 
Neal Wyndham 



The 1958 Pine Knot is dedicated to 
a person we all know, love, admire, and 
appreciate. Mr. George H. Swain, we 
have found you a friend, an example, 
and a guide. Your smile, the nod of 
your head, and the twinkle in your eyes 
endear you to each one of us. Our 
Department of Business finds much 
strength from your wholehearted inter- 
est and leadership. It is with great 
pride, we dedicate the 1958 Pine Knot 
to you, Mr. George H. Swain. 






ADMINISTRATION 



DR. RANDALL B. CUTLIP 

Academic Dean 

Professor of Education and 

Psychology 




DR. J. P. TYNDALL 

Assistant Dean 
Professor of Science 

MILTON L. ADAMS 
Business Manager 

JAMES D. DANIELL 
Director of Student Recruit- 
ment and Alumni Affairs 

JAMES E. FULGHUM 

Director of Publicity and 

Special Activities 

BYRON WELCH 

Director of College 

Development 






MILDRED D. ROSS 
Bookkeeper 



SARAH BAIN WARD 
Dean of Women 



LOUISE M. MORRIS 
Assistant Dean of Women 




JOHN E. WEEMS 

Admissions and Special 

Student Services 



MRS. BETHANY R. JOYNER 
Registrar 



ROBERT C. MORROW 
Dean of Men 








WALTER GRAY 
Librarian 



MRS. SUSAN GIBSON GRAY 
Assistant Librarian 





MRS. ESSIE DAVIS 
Caldwell Hall House Mother 



MRS. MARY WILSON 
Nurse 



EARL J. McFARLANE 

Superintendent of Buildings 

and Grounds 



MRS. DAVID GRAY 
Dietitian 





RUSSELL ARNOLD 
A.B., M.A.C.A. 

Chairman of Department 
of Fine and Practical Arts 





MISS ANN BULLOCK 
A.B., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Psychology | 
and Education 



BENJAMIN BARDIN 
A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 
Business 




ROBERT G. CAPPS 
B.S., M.A., Graduate Work 

Associate Professor of Social 
Science 




MRS. JAN T. BOLES 
B.S., Graduate Work 
Instructor in Business 



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MRS. ROBERT G. CAPPS 
A.B., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Educa- 
tion and Psychology 



ED. L. CLOYD, JR. 
B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of 
Physical Education 



JAMES V. COBB 
A.B., B.Mus., MA. 
Assistant Professor of Music 



GORDON E. COKER 
B.S., M.S. 

Instructor in Health and 
Physical Education 



DR. GUS A. CONSTANTINE 

A.B., A.M., Ed.D. 

Associate Professor 

Acting Chairman of Depart- 
ment of Psychology and Edu- 
cation 











JOHN W. DUNN 
B.S., M.A., Graduate Work 

Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics 



MRS. DOROTHY D. EAGLES 

A.B., MA. 
Assistant Professor of English 



DARRELL HARBAUM 
B.S., in Music Ed., M.Music 
Assistant Professor of Music 



DR. MILDRED E. HARTSOCK 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of English 





DR. VIDA ELLIOTTE 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Education 




ROBERT P. HOLLAR 
A.B., M.A., Graduate Work 

Associate Professor of 
Science 



MRS. HUGH B. JOHNSTON 
A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of 
English 




MRS. DORIS C. HOLSWORTH 
A.B., MA. 

Associate Professor of 
English and Drama 



LEE J. HOWARD 

A.B., B.Mus., M.Mus. 

Assistant Professor of Music 



HUGH B. JOHNSTON 
A.B., MA. 

Assistant Professor of 
Modern Language 




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WILLIAM E. PHILLIPS, JR. 

B.S., M.A. 

Instructor in Business 



DR. ESTHER L. LONG 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Modern 
Languages 




JAMES E. McCOMAS 
B.S. 

Head Coach and Instructor 
in Physical Education 



WILLIAM T. RAMSAY' 



A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in English 



E. G. PURCELL, JR. 
A.B., B.D. 

Assistant Professor of 
Religion 



DR. DANIEL McFARLAND 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Social 
Science 





MICKEY RAYNOR 
A.B. 

Instructor in Health and 
Physical Education 



BILL RAY ROBERTS 
B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 
Business 







ALLAN R. SHARP 
A.B., B.D., Graduate Work 

Associate Professor of 
Religion 



JACK SCUDDER 

A.B., MA., B.D., Graduate 

Work 

Assistant Professor of So- 
cial Science and Religion 



DR. VERE H. ROGERS 
A.B., B.D., D.D. 

Associate Professor of 
Religion 



GEORGE H. SWAIN 

B.S., M.A., M.Ed. 

Associate Professor 

Chairman of Department of 
Business 






MRS. GEORGE H. SWAIN 
B.S., M.A., Ed.S. 

Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics 




WARREN R. TAIT 
B.Ed., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Sci- 
ence' and Mathematics 




JANET WINSTEAD 
B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of 
Science 



Wm. F. TROUTMAN, JR. 

B.S., M.A., Graduate Work 

Associate Professor of 

Social Science 



MRS 



LYNNE N. WEST 
B.S., M.Ed. 
Instructor in Business 



PARKER R. WILSON 

B.S., M.A. 

Instructor in Social Science 














GENE BARNES 

A.B. 

Instructor in Dancing 



PERRY CASE 
A.B., B.D., A.M., LL.D. 

Dean Emeritus and 

Professor of Religion 

and Philosophy 

Semi-retired 




S. G. CHAPPELL 

A.B., A.M., Graduate 

Work 

Adjunct Professor of 
Education 




MRS. JAMES CANNON 
A.B. 

Instructor in Physical 
Education 



C. H. HAMLIN 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Social 

Science 

Semi-retired 



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VIRGINIA H. HOUSE 
A.B., Graduate Work 
Instructor in English 



MRS. ALLAN R. SHARP 
A.B., M.R.E. 

Adjunct Instructor in 
Mathematics 




JOHN N. HACKNEY, JR. 
B.S. 

Part Time Instructor 
in Business 





G. S. WILLARD, JR. 

A.B., M.A., Graduate 

Work 

Adjunct Professor of 
Education 



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Sylvia Allsbrook 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 




Arthur Bishop 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




John Browning 
Raleigh, N. C. 



David Blackwood 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Ollie Cuddington 
Kenly, N. C. 



Libby Griffin 
Wilson, N. C. 



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Mavis Griffin 
Elm City, N. C. 



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Joyce Duvall Harrison 
Hickory, N. C. 




Evelyn Rachel High 
Wilson, N. C. 




Carole P. Hines 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Wilson, N. C. 



Lawrence Prevatte 
Lumberton, N. C. 




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on the campus either 
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seeking employment, 
publication, or for an" 



Marjorie Trott 
Richlands, N. C. 




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ognition for a college stu 



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Wilson, N. C. 



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Four Oaks, N. C 



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Beaufort, N. C. 





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CHIEF MARSHAL 
Sylvia Allsbrook Widgeon 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Art Bishop President 

Littlejohn Faulkner 

Vice-President 

Rachel High Secretary 

Marjorie Trott Treasurer 



Elizabeth V. Allen 

Goldsboro 
Elementary Educ. 




Ray S. Barbre 
Kinston 
Business 



Bobby Rex Bailey 

Kenly 

Business 





Edward A. Baroody 

Smithfield 

Business 



Eugene J. Baker 
Lucama 
Religion 



Russell Bartholomew 

Rocky Mount 

Business 



Dallas C. Ayers 
Williamston 

Social Science 





Thomas L. Barnes 
Elm City 
Religion 



David Henry Batts 

Wilson 

Math 




David C. Blackwood 

Raleigh 

Religion 



ler- 




Donald Lee Bennett 

Edward 

Math 



Mary Lee Brinkley 

Wilson 
Elementary Educ. 



Arthur H. Bishop 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

English 




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John R. Browning 
Raleigh 
Religion 



Billy R. Bennett 

Bellarthur 

Religion 





Whitley A. Boyd 

Rocky Mount 

Business 




Roney B. Bunn, Jr. 

Kenly 

Business 




Lydia Agnes Crowe 

Enoree, S. C. 

Business 



Thomas F. Carter 
Rocky Mount 




John S. Castelloe 
Wilson 
Science 



Durocher W. Cooper 

Wilson 

Business 





John W. Daniel, Jr. 

Elm City 

Chemistry 



Agnes Louise Davis 

Goldsboro 
Elementary Educ. 




Ollie Cuddington 

Kenly 

Business 




Bobby Ray Davis 

Middlesex 

Math 




mmmmi 



Wesley Barnes Doles 

Elm City 

Math 





Ed W. Deese 

Rocky Mount 

Business 



Ellen Dudley Dennis 

Greensboro 

English 




Shirley D. Edwards 

Princeton 

Social Science 



Shirley Rose Davis 
Wilson 

Business 




Thomas Eatman 

Wilson 

Business 




W. B. Edwards, Jr 
Kenly 
Math 



William B. Eisele 
Pikeville 
Religion 



James M. Thomas 
Wilson 




Frederick A. Garrett 
Henderson 

English 




Delton R. Glover 

Middlesex 

Business 




Willie E. Godwin 
Elm City 
Business 



Sherrill Goodman 

Dunn 

Social Science 




Wm. D. P.Grady 

Wilson 

Business 




Peggy Jean Gurkins 

Asheboro 

Elementary Educ. 




Joyce D. Harrison 

Wilson 
Elementary Educ. 



Martha H. Hayes 

Wilson 
Elementary Educ. 



J. David Herring 

Wilson 

Chemistry 




Evelyn Rachel High 

Wilson 
Elementary Educ. 




Carole P. Hines 
Goldsboro 

Elementary Educ. 



Clifton R. Hollowell 

Micro 

Religion 



James T. Hubert, Jr. 

Uleta, Fla. 

Religion 




John S. Huffstetler 

Wilson 

Business 




Douglas B. Hunter 
Turkey 
History 




Roland West Jones 
Snow Hill 

Religion 



Doris Marie Jenkins 
Tarboro 
English 



Peggy C. Kornegay 

Goldsboro 
Elementary Educ. 



Charles E. Hughes 

Rocky Mount 

Science 





Martha H. Jones 

Fuquay Springs 

Elementary Educ. 




James Ray Lamm 
Lucama 
Business 




Norman T. Norville 
Wilson 

Business 




Betty Jean Parks 

Goldsboro 
Elementary Educ. 




Boyd F. Owens 

Wilson 
Physical Educ. 



Donnie Ray Parker 

Sims 

Science 






James E. Oliver, Jr. 

Whaleyville, Va. 

Science 




Carl K. Parrish, Jr. 

Wilson Mills 

History 



James B. Parvin 

LaGrange 

Social Science 



F. Henry Powell 
Wilson 
Biology 




Jean Poythress 

Stantonsburg 

Elementary Educ 



Jerome Rhodes 

Kenly 

Chemistry 




Wm. Parks Scudder 

Wilson 

Business 



Jesse Short 
Wilson 

Business 



L. T. Prevatte 

Wilson 
Social Science 




Durwood H. Sinclair 

Clinton 

Elementary Educ. 



Mary Susan Sugg 

Dunn 
Elementary Educ. 



James M. Sitton 

Independence, Kans. 

Religion 




Beanie Strickland 

Dunn 
Elementary Educ. 




Edd Leamon Suggs 

LaGrange 

Social Science 



Ethel W. Thornton 
Dunn 




Marjorie Ann Trott 

Richlands 

Business 



Robert A. Tart 

Dunn 

Business 




Betty B. Toler 

Lumberton 

Elementary Educ. 



James E. Turner 
Gatesville 




Wm. Wood Uzzell 

Goldsboro 

Social Science 





Cecilia Wang 

Taipei, Formosa 

English 



Elizabeth S. Vinson 
Roseboro 
Business 



Donald R. Viverette 

Enfield 

Business 



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Albert J. Walston 

Wilson 

Business 






Norman T. Watson 

Wilson 

Business 



Carl T. Weaver 

Four Oaks 

History 



Gloria Ann Webb 

Stantonsburg 
Elementary Educ. 




Jimmie Webb 
Stantonsburg 

Physical Educ. 




Shirley S. Whitley 
Goldsboro 



Julius Lee Whitley 
Stantonsburg 



Ruby H. Whitley 

Selma 
Elementary Ednc. 




Reynolds Wilborn 

Fuquay Springs 

Business 



John W. Williams 

Wilson 

Physical Educ. 



Betty Coker Webber 

Wilson 

Business 





Sylvia A. Widgeon 

Scotland Neck 
Elementary Educ. 




Marion E. Williams 
Wilson 





Charlene Willoughby 

Ahoskie 

Elementary Ednc. 



Betty Wilson 

Louisburg 
Social Science 



Tommy Lee Willis 

Beaufort 

Physical Educ. 




Dorothy Windham 
Wilson 
English 





Charles H. Woodall 

Selma 

Social Science 



Frances J. Woodard 

Black Creek 

English 



Grace W. Wood 
Newton Grove 





Henry B. Woodard 
Wilson 
History 



John J. Wright 

Middlesex 

Math 



CAMERA SHY 



William Fenton Ambrose 
Priscilla Davis Ballance 
Owen Davis Batten 
Benjamin Bernier 
Brent McClees Braswell 
Bruce Norman Conyers 
Edward Eugene Dawson 
Harvey Allen Eldridge, Jr. 
Moses Gray Farmer 
Raiford Harris Fulghum 



George Allen James 
Sherrill Hooks Johnson 
Patrick Wayne Jordan 
Warren Blount McDevett 
Earlene Noles 
Betty Britt Perkins 
Tommy Rhodes 
Daniel Lee Smith 
Ruth Tiernan 
Frankie G. Weems 



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Jerome Rhodes 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Jimmy Trivette President 

Dick Tyson Vice-President 

Frances Howard Secretary 

John Carter Treasurer 



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John Allen 
Elizabethtown 



Sidney N. Askew, Jr. 
Norfolk, Va. 



Verna Lou Barnes 
Autryville 



Margaret M. Batchelor 
Wilson 



James Warren Bishop 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Claude Anthony 
Wilson 



Loretta Jean Barnes 
Elm City 



Sybil Bass 
Dunn 



Vivian Benton 
Wilson 



Richard G. Blackburn 
Ingold 






Paul Blake 
Lucama 



George Boswell 
Wilson 



Barbara Ann Butler 
Elizabeth town 



Robert William Cobb 
Rocky Mount 



Ruel Connor Craft 
Saratoga 




Joseph Blowe 
Ahoskie 



Priscillia L. Boyette 
Kenley 



Russell Edward Carter 
Dunn 



Rex Cooper 
Washington 



Nancy Campbell Cutts 
Oxford 



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Anita Ruth Davis 
Rocky Mount 



Louise Duncan 
New Bern 



Louis Lyman Eason 
Macclesfield 



Beverly Edwards 
Miami, Fla. 



Mack Edwards 
Newton Grove 




Betty Davis 
Whitakers 



Frank Brinson Early 
Lewiston 



Louis C. Eaton, Jr. 
Norfolk, Va. 



Gregory D. Edwards 
Fountain 



Odell Faircloth 
Dunn 



Barbara Knight Felton 
Wilson 



Kay ward Fore 
Whiteville 



Teddy Gates 
Kinston 



Bobbie Sue Godwin 
Clayton 



Joe Addison Grantham 
Smithfield 




Judith Lynne Ferrell 
Wilson 



Jane Barnes Franklin 
Wilson 



Steve Ginn 
Snow Hill 



Warren F. Grady 
Deep Run 



Ellen Gray 
Goldsboro 



Lynwood M. Grice 
Wake Forest 



George B. Griswold, Jr. 
Kinston 



Robert Ray Harris 
Wendell 



Eleanor Herring 
Wilson 



Betty Hood 
Bonneau, S. C. 




Sallie Joe Griffin 
Wendell 



Betty June Harris 
Walnut Cove 



Sharon Lynne Hazelrigg 
Miami, Fla. 



Frances Herring 
Wilson 



Henrietta Hood 
Benson 



Frances Howard 
Pink Hill 



Opey Dew Jeanes 
Sims 



Jane Marie Johnson 
Wendell 



Barbara Rose Jones 
Fuquay Springs 



Thelma Jean Lamm 
Castalia 




Becky Keel Hutchins 
Bethel 



James Lacy Johnson, Jr. 
Washington 



Ruth Marie Johnston 
Wendell 



Waverly Jones, Jr. 
Pine Level 



Christine Langley 
Princeton 



Don Lee 
Arapahoe 



Robert E. Manning, Jr. 
Williamston 



Betty Jo Mercer 
Wilson 



Peggy Mitchell 
Jackson Heights, N, Y. 



Emily Moore 
Harrells 




Anna Lacy Lovelace 
Wilson 



Genevieve McLamb 
Smithfield 



Carolyn Jean Miles 
Dunn 



Peggy Mixon 
Middlesex 



Julia Duane Myra 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Glenn Frances Nowell 
Wendell 



Mary Rose Parnell 
Fairmont 



Frank Peele 
Williamston 



Janet Powell 
Clinton 



Raddie Faye Quinn 
Pink Hill 




Ernest G. Pappas 
Wilson 



Joyce Parris 
Stantonsburg 



Claybourne L. Phillips 
Newark, Delaware 



Jay Prillaman 
Rossville, 111. 



Dora May Reason 
Macclesfield 



Beverly Riggs 
Cove City 



Orba Smith 
Bolton 



Gwen Stanley 
Dudley 



Layton Tart 
Dunn 



Robert Ross Thomas 
Greenville 




Martha Sanders 
Wilmington 



Gerald A. Southerland 
Wallace 



William J. Swindell 
Varnville, S. C. 



Horace Ray Taylor 
Wilson 



Blessin Ann Thome 
Elm City 



Robert R. Tolar 
Lumberton 



Betty G. Tyndall 
Godwin 



George Ella Tyson 
Elm City 



James William Varker 
Henderson 



Myra Webster 
Pantego 




Shirley Turner 
Pinetops 



Eugene Tyson 
Rocky Mount 



Minnie Margaret Upton 
Scotland Neck 



Lois R. Watts 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Jerry While 
Raleigh 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Ralph Perry President 

Ken Brinson Treasurer 

Sarah Brame Secretary 

Peggy Tetterton. . ..Vice-President 



Helen W. Adams 
Mount Olive 



Carol Austin 
Ft. Worth, Texas 



Jean Barbour 
Wilson 



Ruby Louise Bazemore 
Cofield 



Lucrece White Bilisoly 
Wendell 




William Adams 
Seven Springs 



Carey Hunter Banks, Jr. 
Wilson 



Grace Violet Barringer 
Apopka, Fla. 



Carson E. Beaman 
Snow Hill 



Chester R. Bissette 
Rocky Mount 



Kathryn V. Blackman 
Wilson 



Betsy Boykin 
Wilson 



Kenneth Brinson 
Rocky Mount 



Douglas F. Browning 
Wilson 



John Edward Buffaloe 
Garner 




Betty Boyette 
Elm City 



Sarah Ann Brame 
Kenly 



Sarah Elizabeth Brown 
Jamesville 



Mary Lou Bryan 
Dunn 



Samuel D. Bundy, Jr. 
Farmville 



Jimmy Garrett Burnette 
Oxford 



Robert Coefield 
Colerain 



Faye Elizabeth Cox 
Newton Grove 



Billie Ann Creech 
Princeton 




Maxie Bishop Clark 
Lexington, Ky. 



Alvis Carroll Coleman 
Sims 



Ben Donald Craft 
Pinetops 



Jay William P. Daughtry 
Varnville, S. C. 



Martha Rae Dawson 
LaGrange 




Marjorie Dixon 
Wilson 



Bobby Lee Dunn 
Pinetops 



Patricia Gayle Ferrell 
Wilson 



David Harvey 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Leslie Elmore Hill 
Jacksonville 



Clyda Hocutt 
Wilson 




Mary Jo Eason 
Macclesfield 



Lyman Hardy 
LaGrange 



George Hawes 
Rose Hill 



Loretta Hill 
Wilson 



Jo Anne Hollowell 
Micro 



Donald E. Howard 
Pink Hill 



Carole Jackson 
Wilson 



Ronald Earl Johnson 
Harrells 



Gloria Kirby 
Richmond Va. 



George H. Littrell 
Suffolk, Va. 




Mary Alice Howard 
Kinston 



Amos James Johnson 
Magnolia 



Shirley Jones 
Wilson 



Lawrence F. Kluge 
Charleston, S. C. 



Frank Maness 
Greensboro 



Dorothy Manning 
Wilson 



Ralph George Messick 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Donna Dean Morris 
Fremont 



Anne W. Nelson 
Robersonville 



Thomas Needham Park 
Raleigh 




Charles D. Mercer 
Wilson 



James Mitchell 
Washington 



Patt Murray 
East Orange, N. J. 



Joan Overton 
Ahoskie 



Joyce Parker 
Four Oaks 



Ralph Barnes Perry 
Wilson 



James R. Pittman 
Wilson 



Ernest Price 
Raleigh 



Gerald Haywood Quinn 
Warsaw 



Barbara Ann Rahn 
Islandton, S. C. 




Larry Phares 
Shelbyville, Ind. 



Emily G. Pope 
Kenly 



Flora Marie Prillaman 
Stoneville 



Mary Ellen Rackley 
Selma 



Wayne Quinton 
Morristown, Tenn. 



J. P. Renfrow 
Smithfield 



Bobby Riley 
Wilson 



Margie Rose 
Four Oaks 



Sally Ann Scudder 
Wilson 



Grady Thos. Stainback 
Henderson 




William H. Richardson 
Louisburg 



Joanne Rivenbark 
Lexington 



Joanne Sasser 
Wilson 



Edna Delozier Speight 
Ahoskie 



E. A. Stallings, Jr. 
Spring Hope 



Connie G. Stott 
Hampton, Va. 



Clara Suggs 
Tabor City 



Peggy Tetterton 
Rocky Mount 



Toni Uzzell 
LaGrange 



Emily Aileen Waters 
Plymouth 




George W. Strickland 
Battleboro 



Ronald E. Taylor 
Dunn 



Carolyn Thornton 
Newton Grove 



Sylvia Ann Vick 
Bailey 



Shelby Westbrook 
Four Oaks 



Samuel White 
Miami, Fla. 



Hubert Windham 
Wilson 



Kay Smith 
Wilson 




Billie Harold Whitley 
Wilson 



George R. Winstead 
Elm City 



Tommy Welch 
Williamsport, Penn. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Ken Hubbell. President 

Bob White Treasurer 

Betty Bain Vice-President 

Henrietta Gerstel Secretary 



Susan Abbott 
Mount Olive 

John Mark Anthony 
Wilson 

Paul Andrew Askew 
Wilson 



J. W. Bailey 
Kenly 

Betty Eloise Bain 
Clayton 

Shirley Jean Baird 
Dunn 



George Edward Barkley 
Raleigh 

Lewis Purcell Barwick 
Seven Springs 

Dorothy Jean Bazemore 
Cofield 



Roger A. Beaman 
Snow Hill 

Jean Billings 
Lexington 

Judith Mae Bissett 
Wilson 



Wyatt Herbert Bissett 
Wilson 

Nancy Blalock 
Linden 

James Dwight Blinson 
Clayton 





Mary Sue Brannan 
Kenly 

Jerry Lendo Brantley 
Nashville 

Louis Alvin Brewer 
Faison 



Marie Bridgers 
Wilson 

Arnold Franklyn Brooks, Jr. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Nita Raye Brown 
Richlands 



George Luther Bullock, Jr. 
Chapel Hill 

Gene Autry Byerly 
Linwood 

Brenda Joyce Cale 
Wilson 



E. Gayle Cameron 
Wilson 

Sarah Frances Carroll 
Dunn 

Grace Marie Casey 
Clinton 



Jane Lee Clark 
Winston-Salem 

Bobbie Jean Coker 
Goldsboro 

Francis M. Collins 
Elm City 



Judy Elizabeth Collins 
Charlotte 

John E. Colwell 
Turkey 

Patsy Cottle 
Rose Hill 



Benjamin F. Creech 
Selma 

Lewis Stephen Creech 
Middlesex 

Sylvia Lynne Crews 
Winston-Salem 



J. R. Crumpler 
Pikeville 

Sarah E. Cummings 
Tarboro 

Bobby Davis 
Kinston 



Glenyce Lee Davis 
Wilson 

James Edward Denton 
Bailey 

Johnny Ruel Dilda 
Fountain 



Janice Faye Dixon 
Clinton 

Molly Dawes Dixon 
Sarasota, Fla. 

Joyce Dudley 
Ayden 





Bobby Ray Dunn 
Kinston 

Clyde Anderson Dunn 
Rocky Mount 

Leland Samuel Eatmon 
Wilson 



Marvin Davis Etheridge, Jr. 
Wilson 

Annette Faircloth 
LaGrange 

Becky Jo Flora 
Wilson 



Annette Fuller 
Louisburg 

Max Futrell 
Goldsboro 

Shirley Gaines 
Sanford 



Susan Garner 
Elm City 

Henrietta Gerstel 
Miami, Fla. 

Constance Godwin 
Kenly 



Suzanne Marie Goudy 
Wilson 

Shirley Gough 
Mocksville 

Bobbie Jean Grady 
Mt. Olive 



Robert Gray 
Wilson 

Peggy Greene 
Zebulon 

Flora Griffin 
Wilson 



Rachel Gulley 
Raleigh 

James F. Guthrie 
Harkers Island 

Willie Owen Guy 
Beulaville 



James Hadge 
Wilson 

Glenn Hardison 
Wilson 

Edward Harper 
Rocky Mount 



Barbara Harrell 
Gatesville 

Emily Harris 
Aulander 

James Harris 
Newton Grove 



Barbara Ann Hendricks 
Battleboro 

William Hill 
Bridgeton 

Billy Hinton 
Rock Ridge 





Mary Gail Hinton 
Middlesex 

Delmar Laran Houston 
Beulaville 

Leroy Howell 
Goldsboro 



Roy Howell 
Kenly 

Ken Hubbell 
N. Miami, Fla. 

Janice Huggins 
Dover 



Nancy Carolyn Jackson 
Ayden 

Mary Sue James 
Warrenton, Va. 

Anne Jenkins 
Kinston 



Joyce Carolynn Johnson 
Sanford 

Walton C. Johnson 
Four Oaks 

Herbert Dean Jones, Jr. 
Winston-Salem 



Janice Fay Jones 
Snow Hill 

Gail Joyner 
Durham 

Barbara Jean Keen 
Mount Olive 



Sylvia Rose Keen 
Mount Olive 

Patsy Parker Kennedy 
Beulaville 

William R. Killebrew 
Fountain 



Richard Knox 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Karen Lachowitch 
Miami, Fla. 

Ramon Bonner Latham 
Bethel 



Davis Bryan Lee 
Arapahoe 

Jenny Lee 
Cambodia 

Nancy Ann Linton 
Anthony, Fla. 



Shelton Spear Lister 
Macon, Ga. 

Julian Burnice Lloyd, Jr. 
Robersonville 

George Long 
Castalia 



Madeleine Long 
Dobson 

Thomas Lowe 
Wilson 

George McClelland 
Wilmington 





Jo Ann McClendon 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Mary Frances Manus 
Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Kathryn Bell Martin 
Red Oak 



Barbara Ann Matthews 
Wilson 

Patsy May 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

George Steven Mercer 
Wilson 



David Lee Merritt 
Magnolia 

Mary Katherine Moore 
Kenly 

Betty Morris 
Vanceboro 



Ernest R. Morris 
Falkville, Ala. 

Jerry Martin Narron 
Middlesex 

Judith G. Nesmith 
Tampa, Fla. 



David C. Newberry 
Morehead City 

William Newberry 
New Bern 

Kenneth C. Norton 
Hope Mills 



Ernest Oden 
Zionsville, Ind. 

Richard Oetting 
N. Miami, Fla. 

Marshall S. Parvin 
Jacksonville 



Wade Thompson Pearson 
Wilson 

Peggy Brown Pittman 
Grifton 

Bette B. Pomfrey 
Wilson 



Judith Ann Pope 
Kenly 

William Thomas Powell 
Rocky Mount 

Julia Faye Pridgen 
Wilson 



Ann M. Privette 
Wilson 

Arline Angele Rabil 
Wilson 

O. W. Raper 
Lucama 



Myrtle Joyce Reason 
Stantonsburg 

Annice Renfrow 
Kenly 

Carol Ann Ritter 
Wilson 





Douglas Robbins 
Elm City 

Mark Roberts 
Richlands 

Jerry Robinson 
Wilson 



Jimmy Rogers 
Williamston 

Harold Lester Rouse 
Kinston 

Milton Edward Roush 
Newport 



Claudette Eve Saleeby 
Wilson 

Henrietta Sauls 
Eureka 

Jean Scott 
Rose Hill 



Don Ray Shirley 
Wilson 

Joyce Shirley 
Tarboro 

William Henry Shirley 
Wilson 



Larry Ray Shockley 
Jamestown, Ind. 

William B. Shouldice 
Miami, Fla. 

Nell Simpson 
Lucama 



Murray J. Smith, Jr. 
New Bern 

Thelma Ann Smith 
Kinston 

Ida May Spitz 
Charleston Heights, S. C. 



Edwin H. Spivey, Jr. 
Wilson 

Tony Stallings 
Sims 

Janet LaRue Stott 
Sims 



Gwen Strickland 
Selma 

Bobby M. Swinson 
Mt. Olive 

Jimmy Lee Taylor 
Robersonville 



Bill Thomas 
Williamston 

Millard Thornell 
Nashville 

James Tyndall 
Deep Run 



John Vernon 
Raleigh 

William Thomas Vick 
Wilson 

Nancy Wales 
Greensboro 





Robert F. Waller 
Kinston 

Vivian Z. Walston 
Farmville 

Eleanor Kay Walters 
Fuquay Springs 



James Marion Weaver 
Mt. Olive 

Louise Wells 
Bailey 

Mary Ellen Wells 
Willard 



Cleo West 
Stantonsburg 

David Leroy West 
Clinton 

Linda Ann Westbrook 
Goldsboro 



William R. Westbrook, Jr. 
Wilson 

Reba Anne Wheatley 
Dunn 

Glenda Rose White 
Dover 



Nancy Jo Whitehead 
Elm City 

Bob Lee Whiteley 
Miami, Fla. 

Merry V. Williams 
Wilson 



Richard J. Williams 
Wilson 

Elizabeth Ann Winborne 
Wilson 

Peggy Sue Winborne 
Sims 



Betty Jo Winfree 
Sanford 

Patricia Joyce Winstead 
Elm City 

A.nn Worley 
Princeton 



Donald Wrenn 
Raleigh 

Robert David Matthews 
Winston-Salem 




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GOVERNING BODY 




MEMBERS: left to right: Tommy Willis, Ollie Cuddington, Frances Howard and 
Ralph Perry. Standing: Dr. Mildred Hartsock, Roland Jones, Miss Sarah Bain 
Ward, Mr. John Weems, Bobby Dunn, David Blackwood, Ken Hubbel and Mr. 
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WOMEN'S 




Ollie Cuddington Council President 

Sallie Joe Griffin Treasurer 

Beverly Edwards Secretary 

Margie Trott House President 

Martha Raye Dawson Hall Proctor 

Francis Carroll Hall Proctor 

Jean Scott Hall Proctor 

Mildred Murphy Hall Proctor 

Jane Johnson ...Hall Proctor 

Becky Keel Hutchins Hall Proctor 

Miss Sarah Bain Ward Dean of Women 

Miss Louise Morris Assistant Dean of Women 

Beanie Strictland Hall Proctor 



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Mrs. Essie Davis House Mother 

Robert Morrow Advisor 

Ray Barbar Caldwell Hall President 

Darrell Harbaum Head Resident of Nash House 

Sammy White Sigma Rho Phi 

Carl Weaver Phi Delta Gamma 

Bob Matthews Phi Kappa Alpha 

Ronald Taylor. ...Sigma Alpha 



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STAGE and SCRIPT 



Stage and Script, the dramatic club, provides the campus 
with many fine productions. 

The season started out with a presentation of Christopher 
Fry's comedy" "The Lady's not for Burning." 

"Down in the Valley," a folk opera, was presented in 
conjunction with the chorus. 



The officers of Stage and Script are: 

President Ellen Dennis 

Vice-President Anne Nelson 

Secretary S. D. Bundy, Jr. 

Treasurer Mary Alice Howard 

Faculty Advisor ...Doris Campbell Holsworth 





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LEGIATE 




News!! News! News! The Col- 
legiate is our informer. With the 
staff as the town criers, the words 
are spread every two weeks. Be- 
sides scoops it also includes edi- 
torials, features, and the latest in 
sports. You will find the office 
a maze of confusion, particularly 
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VOL. XXVI !1 



No. SEVEN 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Co-Editors Patsy Ferrell and Joanne Rivenbark ; 

Club Editor __. Martha Sanders 

Sports Editors Bobby Watson, Billie Ann Creech 

'< Reporters Wilma Hairr, Jim Bishop, Dave 

Harvey, Wade Gardner, Tommy 
Willis, Johnny Browning 

Typists Shirley Jones, Jean Billings 

Adviser . Lee J. Howard 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager .. _ David Batts 

Assistant Business Manager _. Norman Watson 

Circulation Manager _-. Billy Horne 

Circulation Assistant •__ Jane Barnes Franklin 

Photographer Claude Anthony 

Adviser Harry Swain 










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We, the staff of the 1958 Pine Knot whose job it has been to preserve a pictorial history 
of all campus activities throughout this school year, have made every attempt to record all 
these events in pictures and words that not only will reveal campus life but express the sin- 
cere friendliness of our school. We hope that this book will be of special interest to every 
student who helped to create the scenes in his particular classroom, organization, or sport 
and may they constantly be a reminder of the fellowship shared in years of work and play 
at Atlantic Christian College. 





Peggy Mitchell 
Editor-in-Chief 



Ray Taylor 
Business Manager 




Bob Whiteley 
Art Editor 





STUDENT CHRISTIAN 



President Sharon Hazelrigg 

Vice-President.... Ralph Messick 

Secretary ....Martha Jones 

Treasurer Thad Prevatte 

Methodist Representative Joanne Sasser 

Presbyterian Representative Bob Tolar 

Disciples of Christ Representative.- ....Beverly Edwards 

Free Will Baptist Representative Delton Glover 

Missionary Baptist Representative Mavis Griffin 

Smaller Denominations Bobby Dunn 

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The purpose of the Student Christian Association is to create an awareness of God in 
our campus activities. The programs of this organization are developed by the S.C.A. cabinet 
and are based on - the students' interest. 

Every denomination has a representative on the cabinet and in this way there is a con- 
crete example of Christian unity within the school. 

The S.C.A. has tried this year to function in the background rather than the foreground. 
Working with the fraternities, sororities, and departmental clubs, the Student Christian 
Association has tried to make Christianity a real part of the lives of the students and faculty. 




First row: Lawrence T. Preyatte, Martha Jones, Ralph Messick, Sharon Hazelrigg. Second 
row: Mr Scudder, Beverly Edwards, Bob Tolar, Joanne Sasser, Bobby Dunn, Mavis Griffin 
Delton Orlover. ' 



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BUSINESS CLUB 








OFFICERS: Littlejohn Faulkner, Presi- 
dent; Julia Felton, Cleo West, Mr. Barden, 
Mr. Roberts, Mr. Phillips, Mrs. West, 
Advisors; and Mavis Griffin. 



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ACCOUNTING CLUB 




MEMBERS: Left to right: Richard Lee, Ray Taylor, Thomas 
Eatmon, Gene Dawson, Roney Bunn. Second row: Whitley 
Boyd, Warren Grady, James Lamm, Jesse Short, Malcolm 
Mitchell, A. J. Walston, Reynolds Wilborn, George Harry 
Swain, Advisor. 





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OFFICERS: Left to right: A. J. Walston, 
President; Jesse Short, Vice-President; 
George H. Swain, Advisor; Malcolm 
Mitchell, Secretary -Treasurer; Gene 
Dawson, Chaplain; Thomas Eatmon, Re- 
porter. 



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MEMBERS: Lejt to right, first row: Jane Franklin, Gloria Kirby, Dr. 
Esther Long, Sponsor; Teddy Gates, Treasurer; Anna Lovelace, Vice- 
President; Ruth Liner, President; Anita Davis. Second row: Mary Jo 
Eason, David Blackwood, Hugh Johnston, Sponsor; Art Bishop, Carol 
Hines, Norwood Williams. Not pictured: Carolyn Miles. 



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Fraternite Nationale de Langues 
Nationale Sprachen Vereinigung 
Fraternidad Nacional de Lenguas 




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The Atlantic Christian College Chorus affords 
an opportunity for all students of the college 
who are interested in singing to participate. 
Under the direction of Mr. James Cobb, the 
chorus presents both sacred and secular pro- 
grams. 

This year, in addition to trips to Charleston, 
S. C, Williamston and Dunn, N. C, and their 
annual spring tour ( this year in the eastern part 
of our own state ) , the chorus fulfilled a long- 
standing dream when, in co-operation with Stage 
and Script, they presented a musical, "Down in 
the Valley." This folk opera by Kurt Weill was 
presented in March. Those members of the 
chorus who participated received a real thrill in 
being a part of this stage production. 

The chorus looks forward to increasing op- 
portunities in the future as their place in campus 
life develops and as they continue to represent 
Atlantic Christian College to the outside public. 



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BAND 



Listen to that band! The Atlantic Christian Col- 
lege Band of 1957-58 directed by Mr. Darrell Har- 
baum has not only performed in parades but has 
aroused a great deal of school spirit by providing 
music for our basketball games. The group has 
worked very hard this year and should certainly 
be commended. 



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ASSEMBLY AND CONCERT COMMITTEE 




Left to right: Martha Jones, David Blackwood, Betty Bain, Ralph Messick, 
and Mr. Bardin. Not pictured: Dr. Rogers, Mr. Tait, Mr. Howard. 



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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 




Left to right: Miss Louise Morris, Annette Fuller, Beverly Edwards, Patt 
Murray, and Charlie Hughes. Not pictured: Miss Sarah Bain Ward, Mrs. 
Jan Boles, Mr. James Cobb, Jr., Miss Bullock. 



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RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE 




Left to right: Sharon Hazelrigg, Ralph Messick, 
Martha Jones, Thad Prevatte, Delton Glover, 
Mavis Griffin, Bobby Dunn, Joann Sasser, Bob 
Tolar, Beverly Edwards and Mr. Scudder, Ad- 
visor. 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



CHRISTIAN SERVICE WORKSHOP 





Left to right: Henrietta Gerstel, Patsy May, Patt 
Murray, Frankie Herring, Martha Rae Dawson, 
Bill Roberts, John Browning, Ed Mercer, 
Marshal Parvin, Bob Collins, George McClellan, 
Ralph Messick, Sammy White, Ted Hubert. 



Left to right: David Blackwood, John Browning, 
Ralph Messick, Mr. Sharp, Advisor; and Ted 
Hubert. 



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Members consist of all Chemistry, 
Biology and Physics majors. 



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MEMBERS: Martha Sanders, Agnes Davis, Mary Lee Brinkley, Janet Powell, Bobbie 
Sue Godwin, Barbara Jones, Martha Jones, Charlene Willoughby, Jean Poythress, Sue 
Suggs and Beanie Strickland. 




OFFICERS: Martha Jones, Program 
Chairman; Barbara Jones, Treasurer; 
Agnes Davis, Secretary; Charlene Wil- 
loughby, Vice-President; and Joyce Du- 
vall Harrison, President, who is not 
pictured. 



THE PAN-HE 



Joe Bennett President 

Sally Joe Griffin Vice-President 

Marjorie Trott Secretary 

Carl Weaver Treasurer 




The PAN-HELLENIC Council is a govern- 
ing body for the eight Greek letter organiza- 
tions of Atlantic Christian College. The 
council is composed of the presidents of each 
sorority and fraternity, plus an additional 
member from each organization. It also con- 
tains a minimum of two faculty members. 
This council strives to discuss and manage 
matters that concern all these organizations. 
The Greek letter organizations make up an 
important phase of college life, and the PAN- 
HELLENIC Council aids them as they work 
together in upholding the aims of the col- 
lege and strives for its betterment. 



LLENIC COUNCIL 




Left to right: Joe Bennett, Marjorie Trott, Carol Austin, Sarah Bain Ward, Art Bishop, Tom- 
my Willis, Sherrill Goodman, Sally Joe Griffin, Martha Raye Dawson, Dean Cutlip, and 
Connie Stott. 



Sally Joe Griffin -..Phi Sigma Tau 

Marjorie Trott - Phi Sigma Tau 

Sherrill Goodman Sigma Alpha 

Gwen Stanley _ Omega Chi 

Dora Reason Omega Chi 

Arthur Bishop Sigma Rho Phi 

James Bishop Sigma Rho Phi 

Joe Bennette Phi Kappa Alpha 

Littlejohn Faulkner Phi Kappa Alpha 

Libby Griffin ....Sigma Tau Chi 

Loretta Hill Sigma Tau Chi 

Connie Stott Delta Sigma 

Carl Weaver Phi Delta Gamma 




PHI DELTA GAMMA 




MEMBERS: Left to right: Bill Swindell, Jodie Strickland, 
Carl Weaver, Gus Constantine, Sponsor; Last row: Charles 
Mercer, Amos Johnson, Pete Moskos, Larry Kluge, Edward 
Buffaloe. 





PLEDGES: Left to right: Eddie Thomas, Loui:, 
Brewer, Leroy West, Max Futrell-, Clay Phillips 
Second row: Jimmy Taylor, John Anthony, Franl, 
Winfree, Dick Godfrey, Larry Castleberry, Bol. 
Coefield, Larry Phares. 



OFFICERS: Left to right: Carl Weaver, 
President; Larry Kluge, Reporter; Charles 
Mercer, Vice-President; Edward Buffaloe, 
Chaplain; Amos Johnson, Secretary; Bill 
Swindell, Treasurer. 



DELTA SIGMA 








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MEMBERS : Bobbie Sue Godwin, Ann Bullock, Sponsor; Con- 
nie Stott, Mrs. George Swain, Sponsor; Betty Hood. 



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3 LEDGES: First row: Linda Westbrook, Julia 
'ridgen, Faye Quinn, Janice Jones, Peggy Pitt- 
!nan, Beverly Riggs, Ann Worley. Second row: 
Jlenda Rose White, Jo Winfree, Janice Higgins, 
jynn Cruz, Patsy Kennedy, Emily Harria, Willie 
uy, Eleanor Walters, Betty Cummings. 




OFFICERS: Betty Hood, Ann Bullock, Spon- 
sor; Connie Stott, President; Mrs. George 
Swain, Sponsor; Bobbie Sue Godwin. 



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SIGMA RHO PHI 



MEMBERS: First row: Carl Metts, Ted Hubert, Delton Glover. 
Second row: Leamon Suggs, A. J. Walston, Jim Bishop, Jay 
Prillaman, Ray Taylor, Art Bishop. Third row: S. D. Bundy, 
Rex Cooper, William Uzzell, James Quails, Sammy White, 
James Raynor, Gene Dawson. Fourth row: Gordon Coker, 
Parker Wilson, William Phillips, Advisor; Bob Whiteley, Jack 
Davis, Jesse Short, Tommy Willis, Dewitt Daughtry. 




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PLEDGES: Bobby Gray, Bobby Swinson, Rog< 
Killebrew, Harold Rouse, Bobby Waller, Ger 
Byerly, Jimmy Mitchell. Second row: Richar' 
Lee, Orba Smith, Ernest Pappas, Robert Tar 
Billy Brit, Bob Collins, George McClellan, Marti 
Peterson, Franklin Brooks, Davis Lee, Jimm 
Johnson, Jimmy Sitton, Bobby Davis. Bob Harve; 



OFFICERS: Ted Hubert, Chaplain; Lemon 
Suggs, Corresponding Secretary; William 
Uzzell, Sergeant-at-Arms; Norman Watson, 
Business Manager; Jim Bishop, Recording 
Secretary; A. J. Walston, Treasurer; Art 
Bishop, President; Tommy Willis, Vice- 
President. 



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MEMBERS : Carol Lee Jackson, Gwen Stanley, Martha Raye 
Dawson, Sylvia Farmer, Dora Reason, Carol Austin, .Mary 
Ellen Rackley. 




PLEDGES: First row: Peggy Mixon, Shirley Golf, 
Cornelia Powell, Madeline Long, Jean Vick, 
Shirley Turner. Second row: Mary Frances 
Manus, Jill Williams, Myra Webster, Joyce 
Parker, Nancy Blalock, Joyce Johnson, Elizabeth 
Winborn. Third row: Jenny McLamb, Barbara 
Keene, Marie Prillaman, Barbara Rahn, Kay 
Johnson, Cleo West, Mildred Murphy, Mary Ellen 
Rackley, Nancy Jackson, Joanne McClendon, 
Patsy May. 






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OFFICERS: First row: Martha Raye Dawson, 
Sylvia Farmer, Dora Reason. Second row: 
Gwen Stanley, Carol Lee Jackson, Mary 
Ellen Rackley Carol Austin. 



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MEMBERS: First row: Johnny Browning, Steve Ginn, Don 
Lee, Sherrill Goodman, Roland Jones. Second row: Mack 
Moore, W. C. Adams, Frank Peele, Ernie Price, Billy Ray 
Herring, Bob Manning, Jimmy Trivette, and Ronald Taylor. 




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PLEDGES: First row: Tommy Park, Roy Harr' 
Lyman Hardy, Don Howard, Roger Beamc 
Second row: Lee Frye, Bill Moore, Walter Byi' 
Marshall Parvin, John Williams, Rudy Col 
Odell Faircloth, Don Benton, Buck White, Layt 
Tart. 



OFFICERS: Don Lee, Treasurer; Sherill 
Goodman, President; Roland Jones, Vice- 
President; Johnny Browning, Chaplain; Ernie 
Price, Sergeant-at-Arms and Steve Ginn, 
Secretary. 



PHI SIGMA TAU 





MEMBERS: Mary Alice Howard, Janet Powell, Sallie Joe 
Griffin, Beverly Edwards, Betty Jean Parks, Lib Vinson, 
Becky Keel, Gloria Kirby, Mrs. Doris Holsworth, Advisor; 
Emily Moore, Vivian Benton, Jean Poythress, Louise Duncan, 
Marie Johnston, Jane Johnson, Mary Lee Brinkley, Frances 
Howard, Peggy Mitchell, Frankie Herring, Mavis Griffin, 
Betty Britt Perkins, Carolyn Jean Miles, Ollie Cuddington, 
Ellen Dennis, Wilma Hairr, Charlene Willoughby, Marjorie 
Trott, Cecelia Wang, Emily Waters, Blessin Thorne, Sybil 
Bass, Joanne Rivenbark. 




LEDGES: First row: Glenyce Davis, Rachael 
rulley, Shirley Baird, Lela Harrison. Second 
ow: Frances Carroll, Anne Wheatly, Mary Lou 
iryan, Mary Ellen Wells, Betty Bain, Gail Joyner. 
hird row: Annette Fuller, Claudette Saleeby, 
udy Bissette, Betty Pomfrey, Jerry White, Marty 
'emple, Jane Russell, Nancy Cutts, Larue Mat- 
lews, Sarah Brown. 







OFFICERS: Sybil Bass, Treasurer; Carolyn 
Miles, Secretary; Frankie Herring, Historian; 
Beverly Edwards, Chaplain; Sally Joe Griffin, 
President; Betty Jean Parks, Vice-President; 
Charlene Willoughby, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Marjorie Trott, Pan-Hellenic Council 
Representative; Joanne Rivenbark, Reporter 
for Collegiate. 




MEMBERS: Left to right, seated: Bill Palmer, Joe Bennett, 
James Lamm, George Griswold, Durwood Sinclair, David 
Blackwood, Fitzhugh Thompson, Benjamin Bernier, Bobby 
Riley. Standing: Bobby Bailey, Warren Grady, Bobby Watson, 
Gene Godwin, Dale Gainey, Al Felton, Abner Gore, Don 
Edwards, George Littrell, Seth Hughes, David Herring. Last 
row: Charlie Hughes, Wesley Doyles, Ken Duan, Teddy Gates, 
Pete Williams, Henry Powell, Dick Tyson. Back: Doug Tay- 
lor, Littlejohn Faulkner. 



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OFFICERS: Left to right: Littlejohn Faulk- 
ner, Joe Bennett, Charles Hughes, Wesley 
Doles, Teddy Gates, George Griswold, Henry 
Powell. 




PLEDGES: First row: Melton Roush, Cary Bank' 
Keith Williams, Connor Craft, Wyatt Bissett; 
Second row: Ken Hubble, Steve Mercer, Sonr 
Etheridge, Jimmy Warren, Bob Carpenter, Joh 
Langley, Don Shirley. Third row: Frank Manes' 
Herb Jones, Mack Edwards, John Ryan, Budd 
Oliver, J. B. Baker, Mac Wallace, Paul Blak 
Paul Askew. Fourth row: Bob Matthews, Joh 
Vernon, George Barkley, Bill Shouldice, Lc 
Eaton, Ray Morris, Bill Bond. 



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MEMBERS: First row: June Harris, Sally Scudder, Shelby 
Westbrook, Carolyn Thornton, Betty Hope Boyette. Second 
row: Sharon Hazelrigg, Jane Barnes Franklin, Lillian Rabil, 
JoAnne Sasser, Eleanor Herring, Betty Webber, Ann Webb, 
Minnie Margaret Upton, Thelma Lamm. Third row: Sue Suggs, 
Anna Lovelace, Aggie Crowe, Billie Ann Creech, Margaret 
Batchelor, Sarah Brame, Libby Griffin. 




I PLEDGES: first row: Phyllis Williams, Jenny 
JLee, Dot Whitley, Arlene Rabil, Joan Overton, 
lJudy Collins, Kay Fore. Second row: Margie 
i Dixon, Ruby Bazemore, Peggy Greene, Judy 
I Pope, Jane Clark, Judy Nesmith, Susan Gaines, 
(Jean Barbour. Third row: Mary Rose Parnell, 
iAnn Privett, Gayle Cameron, Jean Scott, Nancy 
(Linton, Sylvia Keen, Molly Dixon, Barbara Har- 
well, Flora Griffin, Barbara Butler, Clyda Hocutt, 
]Jean Bazemore, Nancy Jo Whitehead, Mary Susan 
James, Ida Sue Neighbors, Faye Cox. 



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OFFICERS: First row: Loretta Hill, Pan- 
Hellenic Council Representative; Sharon 
Hazelrigg, Vice-President; Libby Griffin, 
President; JoAnne Sasser, Secretary; Lillian 
Rabil, Treasurer. Second row: Billie Ann 
Creech, Reporter; Anna Lovelace, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Martha Harriet Jones, 
Chaplain; June Harris, Historian. 



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Clayton, North Carolina 



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TOP HAT DANCE 



OCTOBER 19, 1957 




Divine Rhythm 



HALLOWEEN DANCE 



OCTOBER 26, 1957 




HARVEST DANCE 



NOVEMBER 16, 1957 





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Cha-Cha 



Charleston 



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Rhumba 




Square Dance 




Tango 



THE BOHUNK 




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AWARDS DAY 

MAY 15, 1957 




GRADUATION- 1957 




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HEAD COACH JACK McCOMAS 



Jack McComas, Head Coach of the Atlantic Chris- 
tian College Bulldogs and Director of Physical Edu- 
cation since 1951, has proved to us that Indiana 
deserves its wide acclaim as a basketball state. 
Formerly from Shelbyville, Indiana, McComas 
played basketball in Germany on the 15th Army 
corps team along with Paul Horvath and Vic Bubas. 
After getting out of service, this trio journeyed to 
North Carolina State College in Raleigh. Here 
McComas gained his reputation for being one of the 
most versatile and consistent players in the con- 
ference playing forward and guard. He was named 
to the All-Conference Basketball Team his sopho- 
more year. He also played professional baseball 
with the Braves Farm System in Denver, Raleigh 
and Wilson. 

McComas came to us when the going was a little 
rough, because Intercollegiate football had just 
been dropped at A.C. and he had the responsibility 
of building a basketball team. The hard work and 
constant struggle that he endured the first few years 
paid off in 1953, when the Bulldogs fought their 
way to the tournament finals. The following year 
Coach McComas led the Bulldogs to the North State 
Conference Championship and on to become the 
NAIA District 26 Champions. 

This year with only one regular back, he has 
used an outstanding crop of newcomers and a few 
top reserves and built another contending team of 
which we can be proud. 



ASSISTANT COACH RAIFORD FULGHUK 



Raiford Fulghum, former Rock Ridge High 
School basketball and baseball star, has done 
a commendable job with the 1958 edition of 
the Bullpups. Raiford, once a member of 
the Junior Varsity basketball team and 
catcher for the baseball team, forfeited his 
right to participate in Intercollegiate sports 
when he signed a professional baseball con- 
tract with the Philadelphia Phillies Farm 
Club during the summer of 1956. 

Since he could no longer participate in 
college athletics, he assumed the duties of 
Assistant Coach with the responsibility of 
coaching the Freshman basketball team. 

Raiford has served well in the capacity of 
Assistant Coach and plans to teach and 
coach after he receives his A.B. degree in 
Physical Education this spring. 




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Miss Mickey Raynor, a 
graduate of Atlantic Chris- 
tian College, returned to our 
campus last year to fill a 
vacancy in the Department 
of Physical Education. Since 
that time, she has served 
well in her capacity as 
Teacher of Physical Educa- 
tion and Health, Director of 
Women's Intramurals, and 
Advisor of the Women's 
Recreation Association. 

She hails from Wilson 
where she graduated from 
Charles L. Coon High School. 
She received her A.B. degree 
in English from Atlantic 
Christian College in 1954 
but returned the following 
year for additional study. 
She now has an A.B. degree 
in Physical Education also. 

During the 1955-56 school 
year she taught at South 
Boston, Virginia. She was 
enrolled this past summer at 
the University of North 
Carolina where she began 
working toward her Master's 
degree. 




Ed Cloyd, Head of the Department of 
Physical Education, is a native of Ra- 
leigh. He graduated from Davidson Col- 
lege where he was a star performer on 
the tennis team, did graduate work at 
North Carolina State College, and later 
received his Masters degree from the 
University of North Carolina. 

Prior to his present position, he served 
with the United States Army for two 
years as a physical training officer at 
Fort Bragg. He is now Coach of the 
Atlantic Christian College Tennis Team 
and is a faculty advisor for the Physical 
Education Majors and Minors Club which 
he organized. He has been associated 
with the Blue Ridge Camp Assembly for 
the past two or three summers. 




Libby Griffin, who now hails from 
Wilson, serves as student assistant in the 
Women's Physical Education Depart- 
ment. She will receive her A.B. degree 
this spring with a major in physical edu- 
cation and a minor in history. 

She is a 1954 graduate of Elm City 
High School where her team zoomed 
through four undefeated seasons of 
county play and to four County Basket- 
ball Championships. She was named to 
the All-County Team her senior year. 
She has worked with the Wilson Recrea- 
tion Department as a playground super- 
visor for the past two summers. She is 
now serving her fourth year on the 
cheering squad and is President of Sigma 
Tau Chi Sorority. 

Tommy Willis, who comes to us from 
Beaufort, is Head Student Assistant of 
Men's Intramurals. He will receive his 
B.S. degree in May with a major in 
physical education and a minor in his- 
tory. 

Tommy, a graduate of Smyrna Con- 
solidated High School near Beaufort, has 
been very active in several clubs and in 
Sigma Rho Phi Fraternity. He is Presi- 
dent of the Physical Education Club and 
serves as Statistician for the Atlantic 
Christian College Bulldogs. 




Gordon E. Coker, better 
known as Sam, has certainly 
been very a valuable asset 
to the Physical Education 
Department since he joined 
the staff last year. A native 
of Knoxville, Tennessee, he 
graduated from the Univer- 
sity of Tennessee in 1951 
with a B.S. degree and later 
returned to receive his Mas- 
ters degree in 1955. 

He taught Physical Educa- 
tion and served as track 
coach for five years at Knox 
County High School before 
coming to our campus. At 
Atlantic Christian he teaches 
in the Physical Education 
Department and is now serv- 
ing as Coach of the Bulldog 
Track Team. He is also a 
faculty advisor for the Physi- 
cal Education Club. 




WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 




The Women's Intramural Program of 
Atlantic Christian College is organized 
primarily for women who are interested 
in active participation in sports." The 
program is directed by the Intramural 
Council which is composed of the 
W.R.A. officers and a unit manager from 
each team. 

Activities during the first semester 
included clock golf, ping pong, a volley- 
ball, a ping pong, and a badminton Play 
Day. Second semester included basket- 
ball, badminton, tennis, Softball and a 
Field and Sports Day. 

After each team sport is completed an 
All-Star-Team is selected by the Intra- 
mural Council. Individual and team 
points are awarded to various winners 
during the year. The Most Outstanding 
Woman Athletic Award is presented on 
Awards Day. 



CLOCK GOLF CHAMPIONS. Left to right: Mary Lee Brinkley, 
Vivian Benton, Nancy Jo Whitehead, and Libby Griffin. 

PLAY DAY PLANNING COMMITTEE. Jane Johnson and Marie 
Johnston. 

PING PONG DOUBLES FINALISTS : Libby Griffin, Ann Blondie 
Webb, Lynn Crews and Joe Winfree. 

PHI SIGMA TAU: Volleyball Champions. 

UNIT MANAGERS: Left to right: Betty Bain, Marie Johnston, 
Mary Ellen Rackley, Betty Hood; and Kay Fore and Ann Blackie 
Webb, not pictured: 




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MEN'S INTRAMURALS 



The Men's Intramural Athletic As- 
sociation of Atlantic Christian College is 
organized to give the men students a 
chance to participate in the sports that 
they are interested in. The program 
is governed by the Intramural Coun- 
cil. 

During the school year a variety of 
Activities are offered to meet the need 
of the students. Team sports such as 
tag football, soccer, volleyball and soft- 
ball are offered. For the individuals 
such activities as tennis, clock golf, table 
tennis, horseshoes, wrestling, and bad- 
minton are offered. 

Awards are presented at the end of 
the year to both the organizations and 
individuals. These awards are pre- 
sented on the. basis of points earned 
during the season. 




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SIGMA RHO PHI: Tag Football Champions. 
CLOCK GOLF: Larry Phares. 
HORSESHOES: Dick Tyson. 
BADMINTON CHAMPION: Wesley Doles 
TENNIS : Don Craft. 






PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB 




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OFFICERS 

Tommy Willis President 

Raiford Fulghum ...Vice-President 

Marty Temple Secretary 

Jane Johnson Treasurer 



This club includes all the stu- 
dents who are either majors or 
minors in physical education. Dur- 
ing the meetings they have group 
sports and social activities. Their 
leader, Tommy Willis, is also active 
in the Intramural Program and 
many of the sports function on the 
campus as well as away. 



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WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION 




OFFICERS 

Ollie Cuddington President Janet Powell Secretary 

Frances Howard Vice-President Vivian Benton Treasurer 

Sybil Bass Publicity Chairman 

Purpose: The purpose of this association shall be to promote and sponsor 
intramural recreation for women; to develop qualities of leadership, and 
to promote opportunities for participation in various recreational activities. 



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MEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 




Left to right: Ray Barbre, Gene Dawson, Carl Weaver, Dick Tyson, Tommy Willis, 
Don Kasmer and Mr. Sam Coker, Advisor. 



The Men's Intramural Athletic Association of Atlantic Christian Col- 
lege strives to promote a well rounded athletic program for all students. 
The aim is to make provisions for all male students to participate in the 
activities of their choice. 

A representative from each participating organization makes up the 
Intramural Council, which governs the program. This body aims to pro- 
mote interest and sportsmanship. 



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CHEERLEADERS 




Left to right, seated: Jane Johnson and Beverly Edwards. 
Standing: Sally Scudder, Gail Cameron, Sharon Hazelrigg, 
Libby Griffin and Linda Westbrook. 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 




Left to right, seated: Bobby Dunn, Richie Oetting, Darwin Wil- 
liams, Larry Phares and Dick Knox. Standing: Don Ryan, James 
Holland, Bob Whaley, Walter Gillikin, Billy Hinton, John Baker, 
Rufus Outland, Ernie Oden, Larry Shockey, and Frank Winfree. 



SCHEDULE OF GAMES 



November 


22 


Pfeiffer College 




23 


William & Mary, Nor- 
folk Division 


December 


2 


North Carolina State 




6 


Catawba College 




7 


High Point College 




9 


Presbyterian College 




13 


Lenoir Rhyne College 




18 


New Berry College 




20 


Rollins College 


January 


11 


Western Carolina Col- 
lege 




13 


Catawba College 




15 


Elon College 



18 


Belmont Abbey Col- 
lege 


25 


High Point College 


29 


Elon College 


February 1 


Western Carolina Col- 
lege 


3 


Appalachian College 


6 


East Carolina College 


8 


Guilford College 


10 


Appalachian College 


11 


Lenoir Rhyne College 


15 


Belmont Abbey Col- 
lege 


18 


William & Mary, Nor- 
folk Division 


20 


Pfeiffer College 


22 


East Carolina College 



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Darwin Williams 
Guard 



Don Ryan 
Forward 





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Center 




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Frank Winfree 
Forward 




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Manager 





Bobby Riley 
Manager 



Richie Oetting 
Guard 





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JUNIOR VARSITY 




The Bullpups of Atlantic Christian College have had a very successful 
year and really "ate up" the high school, junior college, college freshmen, 
and semi-pro teams this year. 

Under the expert coaching techniques of Raiford Fulghum, the JV team 
has shown the students that in the future they will be leading contenders 
in the North State Conference. 

Those bringing the season's 14 win 3 loss record were: Richie Oetting, 
Larry Schockley, John Baker, Jimmy Rogers, Gene Byrely, Bobby Adkin- 
son, James Fulghum, and Ken Bryant. 



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TENNIS TEAM 




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Left to right: Mr. Cloyd, Advisor; Russell Carter, Billy 
Widgeon and Bobby Dunn. 




LINE UP 

1. Darwin Williams 

2. Chuck Hester 

3. Billy Widgeon 

4. Bobby Dunn 

5. Russell Carter 




Darwin Williams 
Number one man 



Mr. Cloyd 
Coach 



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TRACK TEAM 







Left to right: Seth Hughes, Ken Duane, Bobby Cofield, 
Bobby Watson. Standing: Tommy Welch, David Pitts, Don 
Viverette and Roger Ensley. 




Mr. Coker 
Coach 





TRACK ACTION 



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BASEBALL 







The Baseball Team of At- 
lantic Christian College has 
not started its 1958 season as 
yet. But we hope that our 
boys will do as good a job as 
the team did last year. The 
team is coached by Jack Mc- 
Comas, who also coaches the 
basketball team. The lineup 
will be different due to the 
loss of some of the players 
who graduated, but this loss 
can be made up by spirit and 
teamwork. 




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MEDITATIONS 



As we turn the pages of this, the 1958 version of the Pine Knot, 
we shall recall the endless hours that were spent in preparing it. We 
hope that it will serve as a constant reminder of what our own A.C.C. 
stands for. 

Many thanks go to the staff, who have helped us make this annual 
possible. We would also like to thank Johnny for his untiring devo- 
tion and excellent suggestions. Special thanks go to Mr. Arnold and 
Mr. Swain, our advisors. We must not forget Mr. Fulghum, head of 
the publications board, when we are saying; "Thank you." 

With smiles on our faces we close this book and wish the "Best of 
Luck" to the staff that shall follow us. 




Peggy Mitchell 




Russell Arnold 
George Harry Swain 




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